Low Levels Of Hemoglobin And Blood Pressure During Young Pregnancy?
Morning, I am currently pregnant at the age of 14 weeks yesterday, when I checked my HB 11.2, he said it was very press. and for the tension from the first always 100/60 if not per 70. Is that normal ????
During pregnancy, pregnant women need to maintain their health so that optimal fetal growth and development. One condition that is quite often experienced by pregnant women is anemia during pregnancy. It is said that anemia during pregnancy if Hb levels are less than 11 during trimester 1 and 3, or Hb levels less than 10.5 during trimester 2.
Anemia during pregnancy is at risk of causing problems in pregnancy such as premature labor, miscarriage, postpartum bleeding, and low birth weight in infants. Therefore it is very important to keep the pregnant woman's hemoglobin levels in normal limits.
To prevent anemia, pregnant women are generally given pregnancy supplements that contain iron and folic acid. Meanwhile, if you already have anemia, the doctor will provide treatment in accordance with the condition of pregnant women, for example by giving iron preparations (either oral or injection) to blood transfusions if needed.
As for blood pressure, it is said that blood pressure is low if the blood pressure is less than 90/60. In pregnant women, it is quite common to find pregnant women whose blood pressure is lower, this is because the circulatory system is developing faster. If a pregnant woman experiences complaints because her blood pressure is low, then the condition requires further treatment by a doctor.
For the time being, you don't need to worry about your condition. You can do the following tips:
Get enough rest
Eat healthy and nutritious foods and contain high iron and vitamin C
Avoid caffeine consumption
Drink a lot of water
Continue taking pregnancy supplements
Control pregnancy regularly at least once a month
If you feel there are complaints in pregnancy, such as severe nausea, weakness, dizziness, palpitations, or tightness, you should check with your obstetrician so that you can be given further treatment that is more leverage.
Hope it helps you,